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That awkward moment when you get in the van and there's no candy.

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That awkward moment when you get in the van and there's no candy.


Candy

 

It was recess what can I say? :smileyvery-happy:

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I cant believe you spray painted on that nice mans van! Bad NE1.
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Oh wait its your van...

Awkward moment indeed.
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I shot a nemesis in MOHEA and it turned out to actually b my only squad member left.
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This happened to me yesterday afternoon at the gym. I was on the elliptical finishing up my five mile session. (Been losing weight like CRAZY the past month of so. 15 pounds gone. Only 25 more to go to reach my ideal weight of 190 pounds). Anyway, my legs were starting to cramp up a bit and I was feeling a bit tired.

In front of me, this drop-dead gorgeous woman was doing stretching out in the middle of the gym for some reason I cannot comprehend. I'll state right now that my eyes and mind started wandering into naughty land. :smileytongue: I started to notice that things were beginning to move in certain areas. To ensure that this was not going to be blatantly obvious to everyone else, I went and lifted my right leg to "adjust on the fly".

The problem is that I did this while still moving on the elliptical. When my right foot came down the foot pad had moved and I caught the outer edge of the pad on the raised "wall" area. My right ankle immediately inverted in a direction it should not have while I tried to adjust the foot to prevent a full snap of my right ankle.

Well, in doing that my right big toe bent fully backwards onto itself. OUCH! I was IMMEDIATELY in a great deal of pain and was on the ground doing a Peter Griffen "Tsssssssssss...... Aaaaaahhhhhhhhhh." maneuver for a few minutes. Eventually the pain subsided enough so I could walk, albeit with a nasty limp. I drove home, in immense pain the whole time, and began R.I.C.E. therapy. (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation).

Sleeping was hell. Could not fall asleep, nor stay asleep due to the pain. This morning, upon finally waking up for good, I took a look at my right big toe. It was three time the size it should be, and VERY purple. A classic hematoma. Having broken many bones before, I knew this was a break. So after thinking about whether to wait it out another day and see a doctor tomorrow, or foot the bill for the $100 co-pay and go to the ER, I went to the ER. The x-rays came back positive for a fractured big toe. The saving grace is that my ankle and rest of the foot is in solid shape. The last minute maneuver I pulled which resulted in my big toe snapping in two saved the rest of my foot/ankle. The doctor taped my big toe up in the buddy system, told me to use a walking boot for the next four weeks, and gave me a prescription for percocet to handle the pain. So right now, I'm in a bit of la-la land, but the pain is gone and I can maneuver without too much of a hitch.

Overall, it's quite embarassing that I let this happen, but ah well. I'm only quite saddened that because of this injury, I won't be able to hit the gym for a few weeks and I fear that I might put on weight that I just lost. :smileysad: Wish me luck.
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This happened to me yesterday afternoon at the gym. I was on the elliptical finishing up my five mile session. (Been losing weight like CRAZY the past month of so. 15 pounds gone. Only 25 more to go to reach my ideal weight of 190 pounds). Anyway, my legs were starting to cramp up a bit and I was feeling a bit tired.

In front of me, this drop-dead gorgeous woman was doing stretching out in the middle of the gym for some reason I cannot comprehend. I'll state right now that my eyes and mind started wandering into naughty land. :smileytongue: I started to notice that things were beginning to move in certain areas. To ensure that this was not going to be blatantly obvious to everyone else, I went and lifted my right leg to "adjust on the fly".

The problem is that I did this while still moving on the elliptical. When my right foot came down the foot pad had moved and I caught the outer edge of the pad on the raised "wall" area. My right ankle immediately inverted in a direction it should not have while I tried to adjust the foot to prevent a full snap of my right ankle.

Well, in doing that my right big toe bent fully backwards onto itself. OUCH! I was IMMEDIATELY in a great deal of pain and was on the ground doing a Peter Griffen "Tsssssssssss...... Aaaaaahhhhhhhhhh." maneuver for a few minutes. Eventually the pain subsided enough so I could walk, albeit with a nasty limp. I drove home, in immense pain the whole time, and began R.I.C.E. therapy. (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation).

Sleeping was hell. Could not fall asleep, nor stay asleep due to the pain. This morning, upon finally waking up for good, I took a look at my right big toe. It was three time the size it should be, and VERY purple. A classic hematoma. Having broken many bones before, I knew this was a break. So after thinking about whether to wait it out another day and see a doctor tomorrow, or foot the bill for the $100 co-pay and go to the ER, I went to the ER. The x-rays came back positive for a fractured big toe. The saving grace is that my ankle and rest of the foot is in solid shape. The last minute maneuver I pulled which resulted in my big toe snapping in two saved the rest of my foot/ankle. The doctor taped my big toe up in the buddy system, told me to use a walking boot for the next four weeks, and gave me a prescription for percocet to handle the pain. So right now, I'm in a bit of la-la land, but the pain is gone and I can maneuver without too much of a hitch.

Overall, it's quite embarassing that I let this happen, but ah well. I'm only quite saddened that because of this injury, I won't be able to hit the gym for a few weeks and I fear that I might put on weight that I just lost. :smileysad: Wish me luck.

aw man  that sounds like unbearable pain

 when you watch women do their thing you have to play it off cool like not that i do that kinda thing....

 



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Jdurg is the only one who has truly answered the call of duty.
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Jdurg wrote:
This happened to me yesterday afternoon at the gym. I was on the elliptical finishing up my five mile session. (Been losing weight like CRAZY the past month of so. 15 pounds gone. Only 25 more to go to reach my ideal weight of 190 pounds). Anyway, my legs were starting to cramp up a bit and I was feeling a bit tired.

In front of me, this drop-dead gorgeous woman was doing stretching out in the middle of the gym for some reason I cannot comprehend. I'll state right now that my eyes and mind started wandering into naughty land. :smileytongue: I started to notice that things were beginning to move in certain areas. To ensure that this was not going to be blatantly obvious to everyone else, I went and lifted my right leg to "adjust on the fly".

The problem is that I did this while still moving on the elliptical. When my right foot came down the foot pad had moved and I caught the outer edge of the pad on the raised "wall" area. My right ankle immediately inverted in a direction it should not have while I tried to adjust the foot to prevent a full snap of my right ankle.

Well, in doing that my right big toe bent fully backwards onto itself. OUCH! I was IMMEDIATELY in a great deal of pain and was on the ground doing a Peter Griffen "Tsssssssssss...... Aaaaaahhhhhhhhhh." maneuver for a few minutes. Eventually the pain subsided enough so I could walk, albeit with a nasty limp. I drove home, in immense pain the whole time, and began R.I.C.E. therapy. (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation).

Sleeping was hell. Could not fall asleep, nor stay asleep due to the pain. This morning, upon finally waking up for good, I took a look at my right big toe. It was three time the size it should be, and VERY purple. A classic hematoma. Having broken many bones before, I knew this was a break. So after thinking about whether to wait it out another day and see a doctor tomorrow, or foot the bill for the $100 co-pay and go to the ER, I went to the ER. The x-rays came back positive for a fractured big toe. The saving grace is that my ankle and rest of the foot is in solid shape. The last minute maneuver I pulled which resulted in my big toe snapping in two saved the rest of my foot/ankle. The doctor taped my big toe up in the buddy system, told me to use a walking boot for the next four weeks, and gave me a prescription for percocet to handle the pain. So right now, I'm in a bit of la-la land, but the pain is gone and I can maneuver without too much of a hitch.

Overall, it's quite embarassing that I let this happen, but ah well. I'm only quite saddened that because of this injury, I won't be able to hit the gym for a few weeks and I fear that I might put on weight that I just lost. :smileysad: Wish me luck.

 

Look on the bright side, at least you didn't have to worry about that other problem anymore. 

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